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2018日本高清国产

时间: 2019年12月13日 20:40

� � � The town itself had several small department stores, including, as I mentioned earlier, a Penney's and fora while that little Eagle Store I opened up. It also had a couple of good variety storesmine and JohnDunham's Sterling Store. There were drugstores, hardware stores, tire and auto storeslike Firestone andWestern Autoand little family grocery stores. In lots of little towns, you didn't even have many one-stopgroceries. You might have one shop that specialized in butchering meat, another that carried good freshvegetables, and maybe another that would wring a chicken's neck and dress it for you right there behindthe counter while you waited. � "I'm sure that our whole focus on thinking small all relates to Sam running that store in Newport, wherehe was the entrepreneur, and he was out there involved as a leader of the community. He sees thatentrepreneurial element as being so important and something he never wants us to lose. He saw the bigchange in Ben Franklin and all those other companies that lost it because they got too big and distracted,and he's just determined it won't happen here."For us, thinking small is a way of life, almost an obsession. And I suspect thinking small is an approachthat almost any business could profit from. The bigger you are, the more urgently you probably need it. 2018日本高清国产 � � On the other hand, let me say this: anytime we have ever had real trouble, or the serious possibility of aunion coming into the company, it has been because management has failed, because we have notlistened to our associates, or because we have mistreated them. I drew up a plan, bought a sign, bought new fixtures from a company up in Nebraska, and bought themerchandisedresses, pants, shirts, jackets, whatever I thought I could sell. The fixtures arrived onWednesday by train, and Charlie Baum, who was supposed to be supervising my merchandising forButler Brothers, offered to help me put everything together. He was the most efficient store layer-outerI've ever known. We went over to the railroad tracks and unloaded the fixtures, put them together, laidout the store, put the merchandise togetherand opened six days later on Monday. We called it the EagleStore. �